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Old 24 July 2019, 04:44   #34
Hewitson
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Do not underestimate us mate, please.
Wasn't underestimating anyone, it's just uncommon to see mental health mentioned on a retro computing forum.

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From my personal experience, people can evolve, change, heal and find a way to cope with their loss or issue(s), just give them enough time and room. One of my biggest regrets in life is that I did not help a friend whose problems (mainly from drinking and later mental issues) I did not understand at the time - he took his life after developing high level of schizophrenia.
This is exactly where I am heading. And I feel like there's absolutely nothing I can do about it.

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ASMR is great if it works for you, unfortunately it doesn't for everyone. I like Microphone scratching, nails tapping on a wooden box types of things and have some success with trigger words depending on who voices it. This is one of my favorite scratching videos:

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I'm sorry, but I have no idea how listening to annoying sounds can possibly be helpful. Why wouldn't you just listen to silence, or some music that you liked?
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